Youbionic 3D Printed Bionic Hand

Meet the Youbionic: a 3D printed bionic hand that can be controlled using muscle sensors. According to Federico Youbionic, the hand was printed as a single piece and is driven by Arduino, sensors, and servos.

You will just have to wear the electrodes, turn on the switches, and flex your muscles several times. Costs €1,200 at this time.

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